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maxx ~ pansexual ~ genderfluid ~ *professionally diagnosed* ocd ~ luke hemmings and hayley williams <3 ~ stormkin/vampirekin/modern psy vamp(¿) ~ they/them or she/her pronouns please ~ pop punk/kawaii



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spannish lessions w/ milo

ka-ka-ka-kanaya:

"i want a blowjob"

quiero una biblia

"call a prostitute"

llama a la monja

"where is the strip club"

donde esta la iglesia

"i want to get laid"

quiero leer la palabra de dios

regular people in the shower: wash, rince and repeat
me in the shower: accepting award
me in the shower: pretending i'm filming for a shampoo commercial
me in the shower: pretending i'm in a scene of my favourite tv show
me in the shower: life problems
me in the shower: ellen is pulling a prank on me
me in the shower: showing off my mad singing skills and sexiness to the crowd of fans that isn't really there.

senor-cactuar:

the avengers?

how about the international justice league of super acquaintances

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darkerthanblack:

when there is a full version to an anime opening/ending

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wertheyouth:

When an undercover officer saw Monica Jones, a black transgender woman, walking down the street just a few blocks from her house, in an area that the officer described as being “known for prostitution,” that was enough to convince him that she intended to engage in prostitution. It was on that basis that he approached and stopped her.
In April of this year, Monica was convicted of violating this overbroad and vague law. Today she appeals that conviction, and the ACLU, along with other advocacy and civil rights organizations, filed a brief in support of her appeal.
We #StandWithMonica because transgender women of color should be able to walk down the street in their neighborhoods without being arrested, or worse, for simply being themselves.
When Walking Down the Street is a Crime. Chase Strangio, ACLU

wertheyouth:

When an undercover officer saw Monica Jones, a black transgender woman, walking down the street just a few blocks from her house, in an area that the officer described as being “known for prostitution,” that was enough to convince him that she intended to engage in prostitution. It was on that basis that he approached and stopped her.

In April of this year, Monica was convicted of violating this overbroad and vague law. Today she appeals that conviction, and the ACLU, along with other advocacy and civil rights organizations, filed a brief in support of her appeal.

We #StandWithMonica because transgender women of color should be able to walk down the street in their neighborhoods without being arrested, or worse, for simply being themselves.

When Walking Down the Street is a Crime. Chase Strangio, ACLU

miyozuzu:

Dad called and told me to go check the sunset

drunkenashes:

can yOU IMAGINE SEEING YOUR INTERNET FRIEND SMILING FOR THE FIRST TIME IN FRONT OF YOU. I BET THEIR SMILE CAN LIGHT uP THIS ENTIRE WORLD 

me yesterday night : lol who needs sleep
me today: i do. i need sleep.
me tonight: lol who needs sleep
john isn&#8217;t even in this fandom

john isn’t even in this fandom

soulslookingforhome:

thinksquad:

As anger erupted again on the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, a human rights team from Amnesty International worked on the ground in the US for the first time ever.

Confrontation flared up after an autopsy found that Michael Brown, an unarmed teenager who was fatally shot by an officer on 9 August, had suffered at six bullet wounds including one in the top of his head.

Eye-witnesses report seeing police, with no visible ID badges, hurling tear gas and rubber bullets at protesters and threatening members of the press in another night of demonstrations.

Amnesty International, said it would be observing police and protester activity and gathering testimonies as well as training local activists “on methods of non-violent protest” in an “unprecedented” move by the campaigners.

Amnesty International USA’s Executive Director, Steven W Hawkins said that the “people of Ferguson have the right to protest peacefully the lack of accountability for Michael Brown’s shooting”.

Jasmine Heiss, one of the 13-strong team sent by Amnesty, told Buzzfeed that the limits placed on the organisation’s access to post-curfew areas was indicative of “the overall lack of transparency in this investigation”.

Complex Magazine said that police had opened fire into the crowds without warning three hours before the midnight curfew began, causing some children and members of the media to be hit with tear gas and rubber bullets.

Two black journalists from Complex also said that they had been racially profiled, being refused re-entry into the press area whereas white members of the press had been.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/michael-brown-shooting-amnesty-international-sends-team-within-us-for-first-time-as-national-guard-deployed-9675149.html

it begins

nefertsukia:

sophieandace:

smart-sherman:

if you like both disney and dreamworks equally and you just want to watch movies without people fighting about it clap your hands

*clap-clap*

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@GuitarmanDan: This isn’t gonna end well.

@GuitarmanDan: This isn’t gonna end well.

damnulen:

hey straight people following me what does it feel like to be straight

becausewhynoteathumans:

im really fucking sarcastic for someone who’s about to start crying most of the time